Tailor the system load
My system isn't the fastest in the world. With bliss running it slows to a crawl (I don't actively work on it most of the time, but it cripples itunes). It would be great if you could set the maximum number of concurrent actions to reduce system resource usage.
Matt Jenkins commented
I'm not surprised my system is running slow with the number of fpcalc processes running... 100% CPU usage, yet each one only gets a few percent of it. Being able to limit the number of fpcalc processes to a number suitable for your processing power (or lack of in my case) would be a big help.
Yeah, currently bliss runs the same number of parallel actions regardless of the system. In most cases this makes for improved throughput because online lookup etc is IO bound and work can proceed in other areas while a lookup is ongoing.
I don't like recommending this necessarily, but one thing to try out when running bliss is to temporarily disable anti virus during a long scan, if running.